Report: Chicago “biker gang” war brewing between Outlaws, Mongols
Five people were shot last weekend at a Southwest Side bar amid escalating violence between the rival biker gangs. “There’s a lot of bad blood brewing,” one biker says.
After years of relative peace, Chicago’s infamous Outlaws Motorcycle Club once again is at war with a rival group, according to cops and bikers. The Chicago Tribune reports five people were shot last weekend at a Southwest Side bar amid escalating violence between the rival biker gangs. “There’s a lot of bad blood brewing,” one biker says.
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This time, they say, it’s with the Mongol Nation Motorcycle Club, which has been making an incursion into the Outlaws’ Chicago turf.
Early on Nov. 6, four Outlaws members and a member of the Mongol Nation Motorcycle Club were shot at a bar in Archer Heights on the Southwest Side where the Mongols were celebrating a birthday, according to Chicago police reports. READ THE ENTIRE STORY HERE